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Kenneth George Slater

...often told stories of happy times on the lake with family and friends. Ken also started the Petroleum Program at the Kenai Peninsula College. His wife, Vera, died of cancer in 1980 and Ken married Flerron Justis in 1986. He retired as Superintendent...

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Kimberly Ann Randall

...Washington in 1982.In 1990 she moved to Alaska, living in Soldotna. She furthered her education by attending Kenai Peninsula College. She loved family, outdoors, her pets, and shopping.The family wrote, "she also loved to fish...

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Sister Joyce Ross RSM

...years later, she embraced what would become a 30-year adventure in ministry to the people of the parishes on the Kenai Peninsula. Initially her primary responsibility there was to coordinate the religious education program in each parish. In...

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Michael James Harris

...River Road after oil was discovered there.In the mid-1960s, he started to haul oilfield equipment around the Kenai Peninsula and the state. From 1962-69, he owned and operated Arctic Motor Freight, tearing down and moving oil rigs throughout...

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Shella Raye Webster Cooper

...Texas. She was a GED graduate of the Academy of Higher Learning.Shella moved to Alaska in 1971 and resided on the Kenai Peninsula, primarily Sterling. She was a member of the Ministries of the Living Stones. Shella was an avid hunter and fisherman...

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Lucille V Egge

...Kenai on Sept. 9, 1975. Working tirelessly, Mom and Dave established the first Governor Shop in Alaska here on the Kenai Peninsula. Through sweat, struggles and sacrifices they together built Egge Governor Service. In the end the staff and residents...

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Cynthia Louise Derning Barr

...the state of Alaska's Child Protective Services. A tireless advocate, she worked hard keeping children on the Kenai Peninsula safe. She retired in November 2015 and spent her time volunteering. She sat on the boards for Kenai Care Center...

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Tom Y. Boone

...honorable discharge and return to Alaska in 1984, he met his soulmate and wife to be, Karen, settling down on the Kenai Peninsula in Sterling. He raised his two sons into men he was so proud of. He built and worked in his own shop, Grandview...

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Don Arvid Pearson

...was able to come down to hunting camp for many years.In Alaska he also held several different positions with the Kenai Peninsula Oilers Baseball Board of Directors. Don and Nina housed many summer league baseball players over their 25 years with...

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Robert J. Mitchell

...at the Lucky Wishbone on Feb. 2, 1963. With a State Highway Department offer of three locations, Pop chose the Kenai Peninsula as the ultimate to raise his boys, being an avid outdoorsman. Soldotna to Homer was an unpaved dirt road. He worked...

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